On Twitter, Venkat Prabhu announced Ananda Kannan's death
On Twitter, Venkat Prabhu announced Ananda Kannan's death. The actor was 48 years old at the time.
Anand Kannan, a renowned Tamil VJ turned actor in the 1990s and early 2000s, died of bile duct cancer. He was 48 years old at the time. On Twitter, filmmaker Venkat Prabhu, who worked with him on the Tamil film Saroja, announced his death. "A dear buddy, a terrific human is no longer!" he commented with a photo of the actor. My heartfelt condolences to #RIPanandakannan (sic).
According to actor Ashok Kumar, "#Anandakannan, #Anandakannan, #Anandakannan, # You'll always be remembered for the optimism you emanated. God bless you and may you rest in peace in God's abode, spreading smiles and wonderful emotions... I'm praying for your family and close loved ones to be blessed with the strength to deal with this situation (love) U Brother (sic)."
He was also remembered by his fans. Tweeting an old photo of the actor, a fan remarked, "This man was very cool when I was a kid. I can't believe he's gone. #RIPSir I recall waiting and watching #Sindubadh on #SunTv every weekend. Also, a pretty amusing
#Anchor #RIPAnandhaKannan Thank you for the wonderful memories! #Anandakannan May the Lord bless your soul."
In Singapore, Anand began his career in television. He eventually relocated to Chennai and began working as a video jockey for Sun Music. Sindubad and Savaal Singapore are two of his most popular shows.
He made his acting debut in Venkat Prabhu's Saroja in 2008, in which he appeared as a cameo. He has appeared in a number of films, including Mullum Malarum and Adhisaya Ulagam.
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